In episode 23: El Nehya reveals Freemasonry real intentions
By: Angy Essam
Sun, May. 17, 2020
CAIRO – 17 May 2020: The episode 23 of the first Egyptian and Arab science fiction series El Nehaya ( The End) witnessed a big surprise through discussing new details about the Freemasonry.
This episode achieved a big hype on all social media means and trends on Twitter.
Engineer Zain ( Youssef el Sherif) while reading the diary of the Egyptian journalist Mostaf Khalil ( Mahmoud Abdel Moghny) found catastrophic facts about the Freemasonry, their plans, targets and hidden intentions to put an end to the whole world and start their own new world.
Khalil who wrote this diary in the year 2022 managed to attend Freemasonry meeting and saw their head ( Eyad Nassar) who was featured in multiple photos and different eras which means he never gets old or die, and this mysterious guy appears to be the founder of ‘’ The Oasis’’ which Zain lives in.
At the end of the episode security forces of the Oasis injected Zain with unknown device because he revealed their secret.
This episode stirred a wide controversy because Freemasonry has been subject to numerous conspiracy theories throughout the years.
The basic, local organisational unit of Freemasonry is the Lodge. These private Lodges are usually supervised at the regional level - usually coterminous with either a state, province, or national border - by a Grand Lodge or Grand Orient.
There is no international, worldwide Grand Lodge that supervises all of Freemasonry; each Grand Lodge is independent, and they do not necessarily recognise each other as being legitimate.
Some of Freemasonry members are top influential people in the world such as a Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, the acclaimed musician Mozart, Simon de Bolivar among others.
The Freemasonry real intentions were always mysterious but the majority claim that the want to dominate the whole world and impose their own rules that deny the existence of all the religions, this is the presumption that El Nehaya series said is true.